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Purestream Services is operating its first Permian-based IGF Plus, 5,000-bpd, commercial water treatment system for a large producer near Midland, Texas. The company has been contracted to treat wastewater at a centralized facility that services a series of wells operated by the producer. Treated water, processed by the system, will be re-used as part of an integrated water conservation effort by the operator. In the current pricing environment, producers are looking for cost-effective water treatment that reduces the long distances required to haul water for disposal. The IGF Plus system removes suspended solids, oil and grease to below 5 parts per million from produced and frac water, allowing producers to re-use the water, in the field, with significant cost reductions. Moreover, the system allows producers to integrate new water treatment options into existing operations, often at or below disposal and sourcing costs while meeting thresholds for re-use. As the drought continues to impact the availability of fresh water in Texas, the system is an effective tool for freshwater conservation. Purestream Services will provide four additional IGF Plus systems to other producers near Midland during first-quarter 2015.

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